DEVELOPING AFFECTIVE ASPECTS OF CREATIVE THINKING IN CHILDREN

GAIL M SCHWARTZ, Fordham University

Abstract

Purpose. During the past 30 years the importance of creativity as a legitimate educational goal has been realized. Williams developed a teaching program aimed at increasing creativity in both the cognitive domain--with the traits of fluent thinking, flexible thinking, original thinking, and el

Subject Area

Curriculum development

Recommended Citation

SCHWARTZ, GAIL M, "DEVELOPING AFFECTIVE ASPECTS OF CREATIVE THINKING IN CHILDREN" (1980). ETD Collection for Fordham University. AAI8021004.
https://fordham.bepress.com/dissertations/AAI8021004

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